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Ocado’s £250million depot in Dartford, Kent, was invaded by more than a dozen caravans, helping themselves to showering facilities, towels, food and drink. Using a van, they pulled away a giant boulder that was blocking the warehouse entrance to gain access.
The intruders locked themselves in and turned away more than 40 staff members / contractors for work, meaning lots of people being sent home without getting paid.
This soon ended, riot police arrived onto the site. Bolt cutters were used to get in before ordering all the intruders to leave.
One man allegedly picked up a chain and, in response, officers with riot shields slammed him to the ground.
Ocado did not comment on the invasion.